Editorial April 2009 Issue

Color Us Happy

Let’s face it: Dogs are colorful critters!

Hey! Notice anything different? Color! I’ve been whining and begging our publisher for color for quite some time, and I’m thrilled that the powers that be recently agreed that pictures of dogs (and even dog-care products and foods!) are just way more interesting when they can be seen in color. And stay tuned for another exciting development – one that will powerfully reward subscribers who register for access to the digital edition of Whole Dog Journal. My enthusiasm over its color notwithstanding, this is a great issue. Starting on the facing page, Pat Miller describes where and how to best conduct a search for a new dog. She promotes shelter dogs, of course, but also offers tips on buying a pup from that rare creature, the “responsible breeder.” They do exist, and can be distinguished from frauds, if you know what to look for.

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